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Rawls College Adds 10 Terry Scholars at Texas Tech University

Ten Rawls College of Business students were recipients of the Terry Foundation Scholarship for the 2014-15 Academic Year. The Terry Foundation is a Houston-based scholarship program founded to provide scholarships to outstanding Texas High school graduates for attendance at public colleges and universities within the state. For 2013-14, the Rawls College had six students who […]

Rawls Alumnus Eric Rems Launches Innovative Web Company, AbridgeME

In a time where information is both abundant and easier to access than ever before, there still remains a relatively uninformed audience. Current Wall Street professional and 2006 alumnus Eric Rems, who holds degrees in Finance and Economics, aims to address this lack of knowledge through his new, innovative content and reference site: AbridgeME, a […]

2014 Summer Internship Spotlight: Rachel Crook, ConocoPhillips

Major: Graduate student in the 150-hour Program in Accounting Hometown: Amarillo, Texas Expected Graduation Date: May 2015 Internship: ConocoPhillips As a graduate student in the 150-hour Program in Accounting, Rachel Crook has worked hard to distinguish herself as an exciting prospect after graduation, and she plans to sit for the CPA exam in February 2015 […]

Area of Energy, Economic & Law Faculty Members Help Develop Economic Impact Report for Pipeline Industry

This story was courtesy of George Watson, Texas Tech Office of Communications & Marketing A group of four Texas Tech University professors – including Area of Energy, Economics and Law faculty members Terry McInturff and Bradley Ewing – were the driving forces behind a report commissioned by the Texas Pipeline Association (TPA) to show the […]

Laura Sanders Honored as Staff Employee of the Quarter

Laura Sanders, Associate Director of Employee Relations for the Career Management Center, has been awarded the Rawls College Staff Employee of the Quarter. In her role for the CMC, which she joined in 2008, Sanders is integral in both fostering positive relationships with companies that hire Rawls students and providing the appropriate feedback to help […]

2014 Summer Internship Spotlight: Matthew Frosoni, Under Armour

Major: Marketing and Management, Concentration in Entrepreneurship Hometown: Lubbock, Texas Expected Graduation Date: December 2015 Internship: 2014 Football Grassroots Recruit, Under Armour During his time at the Rawls College, Matthew Frosoni has been involved in various organizations including the Tech Marketing Association, Beta Gamma Sigma Honor Society, Gamma Beta Phi Honor Society and Alpha Sigma […]

Dr. Rodney Thomas Named 2013 Best Reviewer for Journal of Supply Chain Management

Dr. Rodney Thomas, Assistant Professor of Marketing, has been awarded the Journal of Supply Chain Management’s 2013 Best Reviewer Award. Dr. Thomas, who joined the editorial review board for the journal in 2013, was selected for the award based on the depth and quality of his reviews, his established rapport with the authors, and the […]

Lin Humphrey and Dr. Michael Ryan Provide Expert Knowledge for the Lubbock Chamber of Commerce

Two members of the Rawls College of Business offered their insight for the Lubbock Chamber of Commerce’s Chamber University Lectureship Series regarding social media in the McCoy Atrium Wednesday, June 18. At the event, Ph.D. candidate Lin Humphrey spoke to Chamber members – comprised of Lubbock business professionals – about social media’s influence on business, […]

Randy Robason (J.D./MBA ’77) Appointed National Managing Partner of Tax Services at Grant Thornton LLP

1977 Rawls MBA and J.D. alumnus Randy Robason was recently appointed to a new senior leadership position within his company, Grant Thornton LLP, one of the world’s leading organizations of independent audit, tax and advisory firms. Robason moves into the role of national managing partner of Tax Services. Most recently, he served as national managing […]

Research by Robert Ricketts and Ph.D. Alumna Michaele Morrow Used in Forbes Article

Research conducted by Robert Ricketts, School of Accounting director and Frank M. Burke Chair in Taxation, and Michaele Morrow, Rawls Accounting Ph.D. alumna and Northeastern University Assistant Professor of Accounting, was recently used in an article by Forbes titled, “Did Multinationals Use a Foreign Earnings Tax Holiday To Burnish Their Financials Rather Than Reduce Taxes?” You […]